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Ladies' Brimmed Hat

By: Lori Williamson | Item of the Day | April 10, 2019

This ladies' hat is made of cream haircloth braid trimmed in pastel shade flowers.

It was worn by Cornelia Saunders Stott of St. Paul at her daughter Mary's wedding to Mr. P. C. Richter on April 16, 1929.